Problem: Which of the following quantities are conserved during radioactive decay?Select all that apply.a) electric chargeb) energyc) massd) angular momentume) linear momentumf) nucleon number

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During radioactive decay, mass is always not conserved. This is because some mass is converted into energy.

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Which of the following quantities are conserved during radioactive decay?

Select all that apply.

a) electric charge

b) energy

c) mass

d) angular momentum

e) linear momentum

f) nucleon number

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